Welome to the St Helena Island
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St Helena Island is one of the remotest islands on Earth.  

It is a subtropical paradise where the mountainous terrain and microclimates create an astounding diversity of landscapes all within a few minutes’ drive.

The island is a breath of fresh air in today’s world, boasting clean air, a sparkling ocean environment, a safe community (pop. 4,439) and a lack of reliance on modern technology (cell service was only introduced in 2015).  

It is an off-the-beaten-track, bucket-list destination that your friends will envy.  

On St Helena, there is so much to explore.  



St Helena Island
10 Top selling points

  1. Extreme diversity of landscapes and attractions in one tiny island
  2. A melting-pot, friendly and unique island people
  3. 21 ‘Post Box Walk’ nature trails walks showcasing the landscapes
  4. More than 500 plant and animal species found nowhere else on Earth
  5. World-renowned diving and marine experiences
  6. Accessible history and heritage, such as Napoleon's final place of exile
  7. The world’s oldest living land animal, Jonathan the Tortoise
  8. Cuisine experiences including world-renowned coffee and 'the world’s remotest distillery'
  9. Disconnect from technology and reconnect with nature and people
  10. Great bird watching, including the St Helena Plover (Wirebird)
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